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How To Take The Best Care Of Your Skin Do you want skin that is not only healthy but also glows and feels soft to the touch? Do you have scars or dry skin that you don't know how to minimize? Using the tips below, you will learn about skin care so you can be on your way to healthy, beautiful skin! The most important thing you can do for your skin is to use a daily sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher. A lifetime of exposure to the sun and its damaging rays can leave you with wrinkles, age spots and chronically dry skin. Using a daily moisturizer with sunscreen in it will help to keep your skin softer, smoother and less prone to wrinkles. Many cosmetic companies market extra-expensive "night creams" in beautiful tiny jars. If you want the benefits of moisturizing while you sleep, save yourself some money and use a bit of the regular day cream around the skin of your eye area that you would normally use. The moisturizing benefits are the same, but your wallet will notice the difference. When shopping for a calming aromatherapy product, you should avoid creams, lotions, or balms that contain lavender essential oils. While the fragrance may have a calming effect on your mood, the oil itself is notorious for irritating the skin and making it significantly more sensitive to the damaging effects of the sun. Always use a high SPF sunscreen before going outside into the sunshine. The ultraviolet rays emitted from the sun can cause sunburn, premature skin aging and skin cancer. By using a sunblock on your skin, you will be able to keep youthful looking skin for longer and also reduce your risk of serious skin diseases in the future. Get ready to lose those sleeves and long pants because once you start applying these tips, you'll want to show off your skin to the world! Remember to keep up with your skin care because your skin is constantly changing and therefore needs constant care. Just a minute or two of care everyday can make all the difference for your skin!

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